These are some of the sites that you cannot afford to miss in every state of Australia:
The Capital Territory of Australia
Canberra, the capital of Australia, is a well-ordered city. You can take a look at the Parliament House which has the roof covered with lawn. Besides, you can visit a very interesting (and free) National Gallery and National Museum of Australia.
A very nice ride awaits you around Lake Burley Griffin, overlooking the capital.
Around the city, the bush is conducive for beautiful hikes in the national parks of Namadgi and Tidbinbilla.
New South Wales
You cannot afford to miss unmistakable Sydney. Its port site is breathtaking. Visiting the city deserves several days crossing the Harbour Bridge that connects the two parts of the city; walking in the pleasant Rocks; pushing to the neighborhood of the famous Opera House and enjoy its programming; visiting the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Museum of Contemporary Art; discovering the Botanic Garden; enjoying the harbor and the bay that is home to beautiful beaches and finally reaching the beach of the Manly ferry.
A short drive from Sydney, the smell of eucalyptus Blue Mountains intoxicate you. This is to be followed by a tour of the wineries in the Hunter Valley.
It is mandatory to get to Byron Bay, the Mecca area.
If there's one thing not to be missed in Australia, it is the Great Barrier Reef that is considered one of the great wonders of the world. During Scuba diving or snorkeling, you will discover unusual fauna and splendid funds. Be careful also not to damage the coral!
North tropical land around Daintree is conducive to beautiful walks in the mornings and evenings.
In the South, you will discover Fraser Island 4x4 and the Whitsunday Islands by boat.
The Northern Territory
This is the essential part of Australia, the picture that we all have in mind, including the fabulous site 'of Uluru (Ayers Rock). The sunset on the monolith is unforgettable. Close by, Kata Tjuta (Olga Mountains) and Kings Canyon will leave memories of incredible hikes. Farther north, the top end is offered to you. It is necessary to spend several days in Kakadu National Park. You will meet extraordinary plants, and wild animals such as crocodiles (be careful where you swim!). This is also where you have a chance to come into contact with Aboriginal communities that will make you discover their culture, including their cave paintings.
A little bit of England floats in the streets of Melbourne, where the pleasant cafes are popping up all over the street. And take the time to browse the Great Ocean Road, which is believed to be one of the most beautiful coastal roads in the world.
For wine lovers, a tour tasting in the Barossa Valley is required. The Flinders Ranges delight hikers with their virgin and arid landscapes. Off Adelaide, Kangaroo Island impresses with its diverse fauna (platypus, kangaroos, penguins, koalas, seals, etc.).
This is a less visited part of Australia, and yet it is worth seeing. Around Perth, charming towns welcome you, including Fremantle.
This part of Australia is full of forests with huge trees around Pemberton, for example. North of Perth, sublime beaches (Kalbarri, Shark Bay, Ningaloo Reef, etc..) fall out of sight.
Tasmania holds a gem: the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. This is one of the last truly wild areas that you must not miss. Hobart and Launceston are the two cities that deserve you stop by.
These are just few places you can decide to visit in Australia. You will surely be surprised at amazing sites that await you. Check out some used caravans at Canterbury Caravans.